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CPTED

Read: Got New Construction? Don’t Forget About Safety and Security

Got New Construction? Don’t Forget About Safety and Security

Campus Safety Conference presenters Randy Atlas and Jim Grayson explain why CPTED must be in new construction and renovation projects.

Read: Spotlight on Campus Safety Hero BJ Ellis

Spotlight on Campus Safety Hero BJ Ellis

This Tri-County Technical College security officer has saved the campus money, implemented CPTED concepts and participated in several community service projects.

Read: Are Your Security Measures Just for Show?

Are Your Security Measures Just for Show?

In light of the recent terrorist attacks in Paris and San Bernardino, schools, universities and hospitals can’t afford to have security that looks good but doesn’t actually provide protection.

Read: Guarding the Front Door: School Visitor Management Best Practices

Guarding the Front Door: School Visitor Management Best Practices

K-12 campuses should combine building design, video surveillance, guest management systems, policies, procedures and staff training.

Utah District Undergoes $1.2M in Security Upgrades

Thanks to a national grant, all 18 Provo School District campuses are equipped with security cameras and automatic door locks.

Maryville Schools to Implement New Security Measures

Three Maryville elementary schools will undergo security upgrades in order to ensure that visitors sign in at the main offices.

More than 8 in 10 NJ Districts Upgraded Security in Wake of Sandy Hook Tragedy

Survey recommends schools hire resource officers.

Policies, Staffing and Lack of Buy-in Pose Biggest Problems in Campus Access Security

Study also finds that since Sandy Hook, a significant number of schools, universities and hospitals have purchased or are considering the purchase of new technologies to manage access to their facilities.

Physical Security’s Role in a K-12 Environment

SafePlans CEO Brad Spicer offered tips to help K-12 schools enhance overall safety on campus during the 2014 Campus Safety Conference.

Read: Nevada School District to Spend $5M on Safety Upgrades

Nevada School District to Spend $5M on Safety Upgrades

In total, $5,145,640 will be spent to put locks on 1,740 classroom doors and fences around elementary schools, as well as create a single point of entry for every middle school.

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